Please take note that as of July 1st, 2013 ALL our courses will have MANDATORY Classroom portions to abide by the new Colorado State Law!!!
Most of the Sheriff's that are apart of the C.S.O.C. are abiding by their "sworn duty" to defend the Constitution and to Serve and Protect those that ELECTED them into their position.
The State makes it clear in that its considered a Shall Issue State and thus by design is to make it easier and to ensure that by meeting State Requirements applicants should have little issue obtaining permits.
Unfortunately as many of you know the State is now making it more difficult by restricting which courses will fulfill the requirements to apply for a permit.
Our classroom courses offer you the additional insight on local laws and fundamental differences/issues in Colorado specifically.
One more interesting point of interest is that there are no guarantees of having your application approved even if the applicant meets or exceeds the requirements as set by the state.
This is actually written in as part of the Conceal Carry Legislation in Colorado!
The reason being that Sheriff's are able to utilize loopholes that specifically state in the legislation of conceal carry that they have the authority to deny and/or revoke an application or permit even if originally approved.
Please visit RMGO.ORG to learn about the challenges of Conceal Carry in your state as they are the leading organization who are fighting to ensure and enact laws that are PRO CONSTITUTION.
Additional info listed below is offered so you have advanced insight on some of the concerns as well as links to actual websites that are important to include in your study of Conceal Carry Law in Colorado and across the Country.
To ensure that the Constitutional Rights of the People are not infringed it is extremely important to ensure that you ELECT governing officials who will hold those same values.
The biggest issue arrising for some applicants is that there "CHOICE" to decide how and which course to take is no longer an open option.
When our Elected Officials "decide" on their "own accord" what it is we are allowed to freely "choose" when our STATE LAW gives us the "freedom" to do so it is time to reflect on whether the elected official is over stepping their "professional duty".
HANDGUNLAW.US - One of the best resources for all conceal carry law Nationwide.